Coffee Shops in Ladner


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  • TRUE'STEA Restaurant
    True'stea Restaurant's chefs craft Taiwanese dishes by combining local food with ingredients imported directly from Taiwan. Diners can order house specials such as Taiwan sweet chicken, smoked duck, and spicy hot pots, before finishing meals with caramel pudding dessert. Free Wi-Fi and table games keep patrons entertained, and musicians play live music on the weekends.
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    180- 8400 Alexandra Rd.
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Estea Express
    Though it's small, Estea Express prepares a mighty list of authentic bubble teas and smoothies. Behind the colorful counter, blenders whir combinations of red bean or even oreo ice cream into milky teas and frothy slush-smoothies before stirring in chewy gelatin pearls. Other flavors include taro root and matcha green tea for a caffeinated kick.
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    3130-4151 Hazelbridge Way
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Centennial Beach Cafe
    From its outpost on Boundary Bay, Centennial Beach Cafe dazzles multiple senses with a menu of flavourful beach cuisine and panoramic views of the Boundary Bay Regional Park. The kitchen serves up seasonal catch for platters of fish and chips. For breakfast, they layer green-eggs-and-ham sandwiches with pea greens and black-forest ham and toss hash browns with a variety of ingredients, from pesto and shrimp to grilled chicken and roasted corn. Guests enjoy the café's savoury bites for early-morning sustenance while scanning the skies for eagles and other wildlife along the Pacific Coastal Flyway. In warm weather, they can sit under green umbrellas on the patio or visit the adjacent playground, and in inclement conditions, they can play games of tic-tac-toe by breathing on the restaurant's wraparound windows.
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    570 Boundary Bay Rd.
    Delta, BC CA
  • European Breads Bakery
    Eschewing modernity's machine-based baking, European Breads handcrafts artisanal loaves using ancient recipes that are hundreds or even thousands of years old. Bakers start with natural and unrefined ingredients, which they ferment into dough, knead until it's the right consistency, and mould into chewy baguettes, sweet challah, and convincing replicas of Rodin's The Thinker, assuming the statue had raisins for eyes. At the tables in European Bread's airy café, guests can also help themselves to delicious European specialties such as crepes, perogies, and stuffed cabbage rolls.
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    1262 Burrard St
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Professor and The Pigeon Cafe
    Cuisine Type: Gourmet panini's, pastries, and macarons Established: 2014 Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 5–10 Parking: Metered street parking Most popular offering: Coffee, sweet pastries, and macarons Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: None Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only Outdoor Seating: Yes Pro Tip: Our cafe is a great place to sit and enjoy talking with friends or reading a good book. We also have free WiFi, two free parking spots in the back, and a kids play area. Q&A with Tim, Owner What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion? Coming from a foodie family, I learned to bake at my mothers side, where my sisters and I would eagerly await the wooden spoon at the end of mixing. These feelings of family always accompany when i bake and give me immense enjoyment. What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? We don't take ourselves too seriously. We have fun while we work and enjoy a good laugh. If our customers are laughing, we are happy. In your own words, how would you describe your menu? Our panini are created with the gourmet in mind. We use the best ingredients, such as roast beef and blue cheese, duck with mushroom, and roast chicken with asparagus and brie. Our cooking classes are fun and informative, and give you the confidence to cook macarons at home.
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    3742 W 10th Ave.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Lear Faye Espresso Kitchen
    Located in the hip Commercial Drive neighborhood of Vancouver, Lear Faye seems to crackle with energy. While live music or house vinyls play, guests spread out across the intimate room, which is adorned with fir wood and raw steel, or head to the covered, heated patio that's separated from the main room only by a roll-up door. Patrons here during dinner dig into Mediterranean, Latin, and French sharing pates made with locally sourced and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. The vegetarian- and vegan-friendly menu showcases small plates such as butternut and acorn squash roasted with garlic, chilies, toasted pecans, and agave. It also includes dishes such as lamb brioche sliders and boeuf bourguignon, which pair with whiskey and inventive coffee cocktails. Lear Faye hosts patrons for brunch, too, and it was named one of the brunch spots by Xtra Living. Vancouver Magazine called it one of the top five coffee shops in Vancouver.
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    2270 Commercial Dr.
    Vancouver, BC CA

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